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Look Down!

Photo courtesy of Adrian Sommeling

Question time!

Answer these questions to help you complete the next few activities. You don't need to write your answers you could talk about it before writing the next few lines in the story!

What different things do you think the boys can see?

How do you think they are feeling?

Who is travelling in the plane?

Do you think the pilot is aware of their presence?

Why do you think the boys are on the plane’s wing?

How high up do you think they are?

 

Sick sentences!

These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help? Could you add an adverb?

HINT: Adverbs sometimes end in 'ly'

The boys sat on the wing. They looked down. They could see lots of stuff.

 

Sentence challenge!

A preposition is a word that shows the relationship between one thing and another.

It may tell you where a thing is in relation to something else. E.g. The passengers watched from inside the plane.

It may tell you when something is in relation to another event. g. The excitement would not end until the plane landed.

Can you find any prepositions in your writing? Can you write 3 sentences that contain prepositions?

 

Story starter!

“Look! Look down there!” His voice could just about be heard above the sound of the aeroplane’s engine and the shrieking wind in their ears.

“Can you see it?” ...

 

Perfect picture!

Imagine you can see through the boys’ eyes. Draw/describe what you can see beneath you!

 

 

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